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Broadway to Cape Cod

Dan Cutrona

Continuing in the storied tradition of The Cape Playhouse—whose coveted stage has seen the likes of Julie Andrews, Betty White and Henry Fonda—its 93rd season, beginning June 12, is set to be marked by some serious star power. Grandy is so utterly giddy about this summer’s lineup he can barely contain his excitement. Highlights include Edward Hibbert (“Frasier”) as Lady Bracknell in “The Importance of Being Earnest,” Andrew Keenan-Bolger (“Newsies”) as Seymour in “Little Shop of Horrors,” and Heidi Gardner (“Saturday Night Live”), alongside Playhouse favorite Jennifer Cody, in “Noises Off.”

“‘Noises Off’ might be the play I’m most excited for,” Grandy reveals. But of course, he adds, “I can’t wait to hear the music of ‘A Chorus Line,’” which premieres July 24.

For Grandy, “A Chorus Line” is both a reminder of his roots and of his future—a future that will take him far with an indomitable can-do attitude.

For more information on the Cape Playhouse and the 2019 season, visit

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